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Sen. Snowe to Senate: I 'Conclude 18 Years'

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In her farewell speech Thursday, Sen. Olympia Snowe says she remains hopeful that the Senate can overcome "excessive political polarization" to work together to reach consensus on important issues facing the nation. (Dec. 13)

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